The origins of multiple squamous cell carcinomas in the aerodigestive tract
Moreover, the visibility of fish bones varies with respect to different fish species, its anatomic location of impaction and orientation within the upper aerodigestive tract
It is the absence of overshadowing by other bones as happens in fish bone impaction in upper aerodigestive tract
The genotype at the C677T MTHFR variant also plays a role in the risk of alcohol-related upper aerodigestive tract
In short, The cancer of the upper aerodigestive tract
is a heterogeneous neoplasm which affects some anatomical regions that by their location and lymphatic dissemination, has a very different treatment (10).
In the only literature on HIV infection and tonsil disease, 45 patients with upper aerodigestive tract
tuberculosis in Thailand were reviewed; (25) 26 had HIV tests and, of these, 5% were HIV-positive.
The risk for alcohol-related colorectal and breast cancer is smaller than that for the upper aerodigestive tract
Chemoradiation has become an accepted standard of care for locally advanced malignant tumors of the upper aerodigestive tract
However, salivary IgA anti-htTG antibodies may offer promise in studies on differences between the aerodigestive tract
and the gut in the gluten-dependent mucosal immune response.
Accordingly, we conducted dose-response analyses for a) lung cancer (ICD-9 162); b) upper aerodigestive tract
cancers encompassing the naso-oropharyngeal regions, esophagus, and stomach (ICD-9 140-151); c) hemato- and lymphopoietic cancers (ICD-9 200-208, excluding chronic lymphatic leukemias); d) urinary-tract cancers (ICD-9 188-189); and e) prostate cancer (ICD-9 185).
The aerodigestive tract
is the upper digestive tract including the oro-, naso-, and hypopharynx, as well as the larynx.
The program will deal with the relationship between air pollution and diseases of the upper aerodigestive tract
(nose, throat, sinuses, larynx, and lungs).